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Dota Underlords – Beginner’s Tips & Tricks

28 June 2019, Friday, 17:05:22

What is “Open Fort” strategy?

  • -Before even considering playing against human players, try your hand against the bots to get the basics down.

 

  • -You can click a person’s name in the left-side of the screen at any time. If they have a sword next to their name, you are attacking them. If they have a shield, you’re defending against them.

 

  • -You can also click on the alliances to highlight which units on the board have which alliances.

 

  • -The tab with the lines on the right hand side will show you how much damage your units are doing, so you can effectively choose which units to swap out.

 

  • -In the early game, if you can’t find the unit you’re looking for, don’t spend money on a reroll.

 

  • -Adapt your strategy to suit your current situation. If you lose the earliest attack phase, you may wish to carry on losing to increase the amount of gold you accumulate via the lose streak.

 

  • -Some units, such as Axe and Juggernaut, have both Brawny and Warriors, while some Inventor units tend to also have Scrappy.

 

  • -Drow Ranger and Pudge are great for the early game as if both are drafted, they inflict Heartless – which reduces overall armour on foes. Drow Ranger is great for mid-game hunter strategies, while Pudge has a great ability to use against ranged units where he throws his hooks and drags them into close-range fight.

 

  • -Some units are just great picks for early-mid game on their own thanks to great skills and synergy with alliances you may wish to build up. These are: Beastmaster, Timbersaw, Queen of Pain, Drow Ranger, and Shadow Fiend. Kunkka is also ridiculously strong in the late game thanks to his AoE ship of doom wrecking tight formations.

 

  • -A hero’s rank is more important early on than levelling up your player level, but consider paying for player levels in turns 5 and 9.

 

  • -Your level affects which units you can draft. If you want better tier units, spend some cash into levels.

 

  • -Unit placement is also very important. Bunching up units may make you vulnerable to area of effect attacks.

 

  • -Don’t be afraid to sell upgraded units if it means you’re one step closer to having a higher tier unit of rank 2, but don’t go mad on this. The new unit’s stats may be lower.

 

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